4 edition of The Buddhist legend of Jimûtâvahâna found in the catalog.
Originally published: London : George Routledge & Sons, 1911?
|Statement||Śrī Harsha Deva ; translated from the Sanskrit by Hale Wortham.|
|Contributions||Harṣavardhana, King of Thānesar and Kanauj,|
|LC Classifications||PK3741.S7 E5 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||2003334376|
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Jun 26, · Buddhist Legends I,II and III is the most recent reprint of the Harvard Oriental Series Vol. 28, 29 and the English translation by Eugene Watson Burlingame of the Pali Dhammapada Commentary, edited by Prof. Charles Rockwell Lanman. The Dhammapada Commentary is one of the best known commentaries on the stanzas of the Dhammapada.3/5(1).
Oct 11, · The Buddhist legend of Jîmûtavâhana: from the Kathâ-Sarit-Sâgara (the Ocean-river of story) dramatized in the Nâgânanda (the Joy of the world of serpents), a Buddhist drama by Srî Harsha Deva by Somadeva Bhatta, 11th cent; Harsavardhana, King of Thanesar and Kanauj, fl.
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The life of Siddhartha The Buddhist legend of Jimûtâvahâna book, the person we call the Buddha, is shrouded in legend and myth. Although most historians believe there was such a person, we know very little about the actual historical person. The "standard" biography, relayed in this article, appears to have evolved over time.
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India at the time of the Buddha was very spiritually open. The extant version of Ashokavadana is a part of Divyavadana, a Sanskrit-language anthology of Buddhist legends. However, its ancient Chinese translations A-yu wang chuan (c. CE), and A-yu wang ching (c. CE) suggest that it once existed as an independent supportselschools.com: possibly the Buddhist monks of Mathura region.
This story is sometimes called a Buddhist creation myth. But read as a fable, it is less about creation and more about the refutation of castes. It seems intended to counter stories in the Rig Veda that justify castes. The Buddha's objections to the caste system are found in other early texts; see, for example, the story of the Disciple Upali.
Book iv, at p. of the text and p. refers to a group of seven stories, and Book vi, at p.to a group of ten additional stories, all of which (with a single exception) occur either in the Dhammapada Commentary or in the Jātaka Book or in the Vimānavatthu Commentary.
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